celebrities in slim fit suits trio

Slim-fitted suits are having their moment in the spotlight. They’re dominating red carpets and prime-time TV, and we just can’t take our eyes off well-dressed celebs rocking slim-fit suits.

Slim fit suits are tailored-to-fit a man’s natural body shape. There’s no draping or gapping, so the finished look is polished and crisp without being too constricting. Just take a peek at these celebrities in slim fit suits to see what we mean!


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Ryan Seacrest

Each week on American Idol you can see host Ryan Seacrest looking put together in classic slim fit suits. He often opts for a basic color ensemble, like black, dark blue or gray,  and then spices things up with simple patterned Windsor ties, shiny black dress shoes, and classy pocket squares. His catalog-ready look is sometimes jazzed up with a crisp black bow tie or relaxed by skipping a tie altogether and leaving the top button or two of his shirt undone. Formal or casual: Ryan Seacrest rocks the slim fit suit both ways!

Eric Stonestreet

Modern Family’s Cam Tucker flaunts an easy breezy denim and button-up style on television as a busy husband and father. But, when it comes to Eric Stonestreet‘s red carpet moments, like when he picked up an Emmy in 2012, it’s traditional black-tie all the way. A black bow tie and black-buttoned tuxedo shirt were set off with a jet black slim fit suit. He looked incredible in his fitted formal wear accessorized with a shiny gold Emmy.



celebrities in slim fit suits

Morgan Freeman

Actor Morgan Freeman is proof you don’t have to be a young star to pull off a suit with all the trimmings. In Wanted, his gun-wielding character Sloan was agile and dapper in a patterned three-piece slim fit suit accessorized with an antique pocket watch, matching vest, and tie-clip. With a Windsor tie always snug at his neck and crisp white collar, he commanded respect and attention.

Hop on the slim-fit suit bandwagon for your next formal event – browse Jim’s Formal Wear online to see what catches your eye!